Elderflowers In warm sheltered areas the first elderflowers are now out and if you want to make elderflower cordial you should… read more
Raising Agents in Cakes Everyone seems to be baking during lockdown and whilst all flours are hard to come by, I have noticed people… read more
Ginger and Gingerbread In medieval times ginger was as common in savoury dishes as in sweet, although it is in the latter that… read more
Picnic Fare That it can be easily eaten and transported are two essential criteria for perfect picnic food. Some of Britain's best… read more
Tasting Hogget Hogget has a greater depth of flavour than lamb and reflects the pasture on which it has grazed. At a… read more
Salad Days The time has come for us to re-invent the British Salad - based on fresh home-grown ingredients. Digging back into… read more
Real Bread Maker Week Some sound hints and tips for making better bread issued by The Real Bread Campaign. read more
Herb of the Month – Tarragon Tarragon is right up there in any cook’s top 10 culinary flavourings. Whilst culturally it is far more associated with… read more
Keep Asparagus Special Asparagus provides a fantastic incentive to persuade people to abandon their usual supermarket buying behaviour and buy direct from the… read more

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